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In the meantime the shrug off of Netflix's miss is out in full force.
U.S. stocks ended the week higher as earnings season got underway and investors shook off the latest round of trade tensions
If you haven't done so already, it's time to check the exposure of companies you own to rising global trade tensions.
In the July Action Alerts PLUS members' call, Cramer discusses why he and his AAP team continue to hold almost a quarter of their portfolio in tech. Watch now to hear why!
When you get no instant retaliation from China and instead get the companies trying to crack into China see their stocks rallying, it emboldens you to think, wow, I don't want to be cross-wise with this one.
Daimler and Bosch want to launch an autonomous-driving taxi service. Who better to help than Nvidia?
GM seems to be sitting on a gold mine. Waymo does too, with its autonomous driving fleet that could start to add up as soon as this year.
AI, self-driving cars and high-powered computing are driving the next huge boom in semiconductors. And not even regulatory drama can slow down the industry in the long term, analysts say.
Nvidia is putting the pedal to the metal in the autonomous car race, striking a deal with Daimler and Bosch to bring a fleet of robotaxis to California roadways by 2020.
Tesla's Autopilot system is one of the more well-known autonomous driving systems today. Its technology is second to none.
Jim discusses PepsiCo's earnings, our defense names and answers two club-member questions!
Even with the market looking wobbly, there are good bargains to be found. Here are several suggestions from TheStreet's newsroom.
Cloud computing, oil services and some other sectors look good here.
In a holiday-shortened week, markets shrugged off trade tariffs, and welcomed a strong jobs report.
This markets expert sees these three exchange traded funds as most susceptible to a tariffs standoff.
The trade war has started. While investors haven't been bruised too much on day one, the war is still in its infancy. Is there a 'super spike' in oil prices coming?
It's Friday, so why not talk about some Wall Street rumors. There is life beyond the U.S. trade war with China.
Jim's back and discusses the financials, trade and China, Micron, Nvidia, our oil names and answers a club member's question!
Apple has patents for virtual reality in autonomous cars.
Shares get clobbered in late selloff even as other indicators hold up.
My value-oriented portfolios show you don't need to own FANG, Apple or Nvidia to make good profits.
The market will have a tough time trying to stage any form of sustainable rebound days away from the start of U.S. tariffs on China goods. Why would you buy Dell when it goes public?
Michael Dell may have a hard time drumming up support for his soon-to-be-public company. Stick with FANG stocks people. And the stock of the day is Raytheon. Happy July 4.
Enjoy the holiday trading today, but keep in mind that overall market conditions are still problematic.
With the market headed into a period of volatility, it's important investors stick with financially sound companies.
Not all areas of the market are destined to remain under pressure this summer. Here are several names to be bullish on right now.
The stock may be a little lower in recent sessions, but this company is likely to be on fire over the long-term.
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